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Maxïmo Park - The National Health

Maxïmo Park - The National Health
Performer: Maxïmo Park
Title: The National Health
Country: Europe
Genre: Rock
Style:Alternative Rock
Released: 11 Jun 2012
Catalog number: 06025 3705254 7
Label: V2
MP3 album szie: 1893 mb
FLAC album size: 1840 mb


1Hips And Lips
Music By – Lloyd, WoollerProducer [Additional Production Assistant] – Ben HumphreysProducer [Additional Production] – Amir Amor
Music By – Lloyd
3Reluctant Love
Music By – Lloyd
4Wolf Among Men
Music By – Lloyd
5When I Was WIld
Cello – Beth PorterMusic By – Wooller
6Unfamiliar Places
Music By – Smith
7Write This Down
Music By – Tiku, Lloyd, Wooller
8Take Me Home
Music By – Lloyd, Smith
9Waves Of Fear
Music By – Lloyd
10The Undercurrents
Music By – Lloyd
11Until The Earth Would Open
Music By – Lloyd
12This Is What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted
Music By – Wooller
13The National Health
Music By – Lloyd, Wooller


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
VVR701652Maxïmo Park The National Health ‎(CD, Album)V2VVR701652UK & Europe2012
noneMaxïmo Park The National Health ‎(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo)V2noneNetherlands2012
noneMaxïmo Park The National Health ‎(CDr, Album, Copy Prot., Promo)VertigononeGermany2012
0602537046386Maxïmo Park The National Health ‎(CD, Album)V20602537046386Germany2012
06025 3704707 9Maxïmo Park The National Health ‎(CD, Album + CD, EP + Ltd, Del)V206025 3704707 9UK & Europe2012


  • Design, LayoutBarry Smith
  • EngineerDan Austin
  • IllustrationEoin Ryan
  • Mastered ByPeter Maher
  • Mixed ByDan Austin
  • PerformerArchis Tiku, Duncan Lloyd, Lukas Wooller, Paul Smith , Tom English
  • ProducerGil Norton
  • Words BySmith


Includes download code for the full album plus a four track Acoustic Songs EP (including acoustic versions of the tracks A3, A4, A6 and A7)

A1 to A4 and A7 to B6 recorded at Moles, Bath, over winter 2011/2012;
A5 recorded at Rockfield Studios, Monmouthshire, during autumn 2011;
Additional recording and production on A3 at Major Tom's Studio, London.

German release date was 8 June 2012.


  • Barcode: 06025 3705254 7


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Maximo Park Limited
  • Copyright (c) – Maximo Park Limited
  • Recorded At – Moles Studio
  • Recorded At – Rockfield Studios
  • Recorded At – Major Tom's Studio

Short intro

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